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The Single Asset Real Estate Case: Basic Principles and Strategies explores the key issues that arise in most commercial real estate cases, including cases that are “single asset real estate cases.”
Examining a real estate bankruptcy case from its opening moments, including cases lacking in good faith and the judicial attitude toward real estate cases, the book explores the highly complex issues surrounding the use of cash collateral and how various courts have analyzed continuing problems in rent assignments, as well as the application of adequate protection payments.
The book discusses the meaning of designating a case as a “single asset real estate case” and how that changes the operation of case. Lastly, the book explores the structure and standards for a real estate plan of confirmation, and looks at the key Supreme Court decisions in Till v. SCS Credit Corporation and 203 N. LaSalle Street Partnership with an exploration of the “new value exception.”